The sixties: years of hope, days of rage

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Bantam Books, 1989 - History - 513 pages
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With verve and brilliance, The Sixties traces the rise of the youth movement and its political core--the New Left--from the disaffection of the '50s to the activism of the early '60s and the violent upheavals in the last years of the decade.

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This is not so much a history of the decade as it is a reflection of the meaning of the 60s to the children of old-fashioned liberal, labor-oriented parents. It's about 'THE movement." Given that as its goal, this is a highly effective story. Read full review

Contents

AFFLUENCE AND UNDERTOW
9
UNDERGROUND CHANNELS
31
ENCLAVES OF ELDERS
45
Copyright

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Todd Gitlin is the author of ten books, most recently "Media Unlimited: How the Torrent of Image and Sound Overwhelms Our Lives "(2002). He is Professor of Journalism and Sociology at Columbia University.

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